Injured holidaymaker passes away

January 12, 2016 by Toni Susskind
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Melbourne father of four, Yitzchak Rosen, who had been holidaying with his family at the Nepean Country Club on the Mornington Peninsula where staff found him seriously injured has died in a Melbourne hospital.

Nepean Country Club

Nepean Country Club

Last week, 35-yr-old Rosen took a walk around the grounds of the resort around midnight. At some point he fell and unable to lift himself back up, spent the night where he lay. He was found around 7am the next morning by a passerby who then contacted the relevant authorities.

Airlifted to the Alfred hospital, Mr Rosen was listed as ‘in critical condition’ and passed away yesterday from the severity of his injuries.

In a statement Victorian police said “the incident is not being treated as suspicious.”

Funeral details will be announced on the Melbourne Chevra Kadisha website.

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One Response to “Injured holidaymaker passes away”
  1. David Johnson says:

    a fund has been set up to help the family

    http://www.chuffed.org/project/helping-jacqui-and-the-kids

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